Elahe Izadi, Washington Post

Elahe Izadi

Washington Post

Washington, DC, United States

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  • National Journal
  • WAMU 88.5

Recent articles by Elahe:

Washington Post wins Pulitzer Prize for public service for Jan. 6 coverage

More than 100 journalists contributed to revelatory reporting on the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, winning the Washington Post the Pulitzer Prize’s most prestigious award. → Read More

Newspapers keep eliminating print days. They say it’s for the best.

Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper chain, is cutting back on printed papers and pointing readers to e-editions. → Read More

Liberal media critic Eric Boehlert dies in reported bicycle collision

Boehlert was a prominent critic of mainstream and conservative news, writing for publications such as Salon and Media Matters for America. → Read More

Vogue, Bon Appétit and other Condé Nast staffers form union

"It comes down to prestige doesn’t pay the bills," said one Vanity Fair staffer. → Read More

How two journalists managed to share the horror stories of Mariupol with the world

In besieged Mariupol, Mstyslav Chernov and Evgeniy Maloletka of the Associated Press are enduing the same catastrophe they are documenting. → Read More

This is how journalists figure out if all those Ukraine videos are real

Journalists analyze some Ukraine war videos pixel-by-pixel to make sure they aren't bogus. → Read More

Washington Post wins two Polk Awards for journalism on Jan. 6 and ‘Pegasus Project’

The Polk Awards also announced a new prize, named for investigative reporter Sydney Schanberg. → Read More

The New York Times buys Wordle, the ultra-popular online word game

The game will remain free, the New York Times said. → Read More

‘A community deserves options’: Why these Black journalists launched their own publication

Capital B, a new digital-media start-up, will provide hard news and investigative reporting aimed at Black audiences. → Read More

Fox News promotes Jesse Watters to nightly 7 p.m. show

The “political humorist” known for ambush interviews was one of many opinion hosts to try out in the slot once reserved for news. → Read More

Media columnist Ben Smith leaves the New York Times to lead new media start-up

He joins Bloomberg Media CEO Justin Smith in the venture. → Read More

The troubling new void in local journalism — and the nonprofits trying to fill it

Fewer and fewer reporters are covering the nation’s state governments. One organization is trying to reverse that trend. → Read More

This newspaper is cutting back on print and training readers to use iPads instead. Will it work?

The strategy underway in Chattanooga, Tenn., and Little Rock highlights the papers’ enduring reliance on older subscribers. → Read More

The state said an execution happened ‘without complication.’ Reporters in the room had a different story.

In Oklahoma, a grisly lethal injection death underscores the crucial role of media witnesses. → Read More

Missouri governor accuses journalist who warned state about cybersecurity flaw of criminal ‘hacking’

Free press advocates called Gov. Mike Parson's comments against a St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalist "absurd." → Read More

A newspaper tries to make ends meet by asking for donations in honor of its reporters

Is that okay? For the Tampa Bay Times, it’s an experiment at a time when local news is desperate to hang on. → Read More

The Indianapolis Star showed Simone Biles the ‘magnitude’ of gymnastics abuse. How it got the story.

Local newspapers may be struggling, but they are still publishing journalism that makes a difference. → Read More

Associated Press names Julie Pace as new top editor

Pace’s elevation is the latest in this year’s wave of new top editors tapped to lead newsrooms. → Read More

Chris Cuomo returns to CNN for the first time since his brother resigned as N.Y. governor

Chris Cuomo's involvement in the story has triggered ethical concerns for CNN. → Read More

Dominion sues Newsmax and One America News over election fraud claims

The company also filed a similar lawsuit against former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne. → Read More